Take advantage of serialization to persist an object's state.
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Explore various methods to manage HDFS, which include Node Addition/Deletion, Data Integrity issues, and many more.
Explore the Java GUI in general and work with a couple of practical graphics implementations.
MongoDB helps develop applications faster because it uses tables; stored procedures are no longer required.
Gain an understanding of the JVM and its components.
Leverage the power of lambda expression, a functional programming construct that promotes faster, clearer coding with simplicity.
Master some of the important aspects of email monitoring and their implementation through code.
Use exceptions judiciously to catch errors in your code and promote easier debugging.
You can add the benefit of mail and messaging support even to a bare bone, standalone Java application.
A flat file access mechanism can be customized like a database CRUD operation. Learn how to do that for your data.
Explore how developers from the Query or Scripting languages communities can leverage their knowledge to be part of the Big Data world.
Explore the serialization/deserialization process with the help of a file handling mechanism.
Leverage the new features in Java 9 to build high performing and responsive applications.
Peruse the fundamental ways to use some of the important Big Data tools that belong to different developer communities.
Explore how to process common sequential files through Java and some aspects of file handling APIs in general.
Learn to enable third parties to understand the content inside your app and link to it at the appropriate time.
Learn about CDI, that not only promotes re-usability but also glues together various layers of an enterprises application in a Java EE framework.
Java generics not only enables us to create template classes to suit our immediate business needs but also boosts re-factoring in the long run.
Learn to use JSF, JPA, and EJB to perform in an enterprise business application.
Create a simple CRUD application with Swing, JavaFX, QtJambi, and SWT to get a taste of GUI from the perspective of a JDBC programmer.
Vaadin exists so that you can stay within the Java framework while using your favorite IDE. Use Vaadin and succeed with ease.
See how many developer pain points can be addressed with Vagrant, the lightweight, open source tool.
Take advantage of assertions in Java to detect and fix bugs earlier in the SDLC process.
Write your Java programs to leverage JVM's garbage collection.
Wake up from your accustomed query types and learn to use Hibernate in your database manipulations.